Starting April 1st through April 10th, Shot of Scotch NYC kept especially busy. It was, after all, that time of year again: NY Tartan Week! The week started off at St. Andrews Restaurant and Bar at a NY Tartan Week Press Event. The next morning we "kilted-up" in Central Park as four of our dancers performed traditional dances at the starting line of the NYRR Scotland Run. Midweek, we took the ferry from Manhattan to dance at the annual Tartan Day on Ellis Island celebration honoring the life and legacy of John Muir. On Thursday the 7th, we left our kilts behind in exchange for some plaid leggings, as we performed on the same stage as the Highland Divas. The show at the Cutting Room was a hit and we hope that it is just one of many performances to come with these talented singers. On Friday night we were so pleased to be invited back to the annual (and sold out in minutes) Pre-Tartan Day Parade Ceilidh hosted by the Caledonian Club. Saturday brought on the Tartan Day Parade as well as the rain, and a lot of it. All our Premier dancers, family, friends, and students marched and danced along with us up 6th Avenue making the most of the very Scottish weather! The following day was our final event of the week where we ended up on Ellis Island again for another performance. A special thanks to Clan Currie for extending the invitation to dance this year on two different occasions. Additionally, a thank-you to two Premier dancers traveling from Scotland and Florida to perform with us at many of the events!